Henderson makes move, joins Korda in ANA Inspiration lead

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Lydia Ko shot the best round of the day to record a red-hot top 10 finish to the ANA Inspiration major today. And she did so in srtyle.

It was a wild finish on a scorching hot afternoon in Rancho Mirage, California, which ended with Lee taking the cool plunge into Poppie's Pond that rings the 18th hole at Mission Hills Country Club.

The 22-year-old American, who began the day one stroke ahead of Chun In-gee of South Korea and Madelene Sagstrom of Sweden, made five birdies and sank putts from 20 feet on the second and 25 feet on the third to remain bogey free across the round.

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However, as she made a bogey on the par-3 17th, Lee headed into the final hole still two shots behind Korda and one shot behind Henderson. But she birdied the 16th and was saved by the wall, a blue-covered structure behind the 18th that kept her second shot on the 18th from running through the green and into the water behind the island green. She followed that up with an approach shot that left her with a long birdie putt, which came up short. Lee, by the way, eagled 18 to get into the shootout. Korda held onto the lead at the 17th with an 2m par putt, and that set up the big finish on the 18th.

"It was a disappointing front nine, but I was really proud of the way I fought on the back nine", Korda said.

Henderson needed a break after having to spend the final hour trying to catch up to Korda. "My first event back, I played in the Scottish Open and just had such a awful week there".

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"The fact is, it has been way too artificial", Hall of Famer Judy Rankin said on the Golf Channel broadcast.

It was a remarkable victory for Lee after sitting two shots back on the 18th tee. Meanwhile, Korda played the hole as three-shooter and her two pars effectively lost her the tournament. The Canadian finished 72 holes at the ANA Inspiration tied with Mirim Lee and Nelly Korda at 15 under par. Remarkably, Lee took the victory without ever leading the field. "Honestly, I had no emotions [in the playoff], I just told myself [to] finish this quickly". In this year's first major event, the AIG Women's Open, the title went to Sophia Popov of Germany.

It was her fourth LPGA title and her first since 2017. In 2019, Lee was nowhere close to a victory at the ANA Inspiration as she missed the cut.

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Aussie veteran Kirk nabbed six birdies with just one bogey in her five-under 67. Former No. 1 Ryu So-yeon remained at No. 13. Then, in October that year, Lee picked up her second win at the Reignwood LPGA Classic. The tournament is normally played in balmy April, but was rescheduled and played without fans because of the coronavirus pandemic. The LPGA Tour will now be heading to Portland, Oregon, to continue its season at the Cambia Portland Classic, scheduled to run from September 17 to 20.

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